Fall 2014 OIR Events
To sign up to give an OIR seminar, email
Ivana Damjanov or
Kate Rubin or
with your name, title of your talk, and the (unscheduled) date you want to give it.
We generally do not arrange OIR seminars outside of the regular schedule.
The current seminar schedule is below.
[ Here is information about places to stay when visiting]
These seminars are held on Wednesday from 11:00 am to noon in the Pratt Conference Room.
Click on the title for the abstract or the speaker's name for their home page.
The CfA Colloquium Schedule is also available, as well as links to other CfA events.
Markus BŲttcher (North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa)
Polarization as a diagnostic of the emission processes in relativistic jets
Thomas Kupfer (Radboud University Nijmegen)
The evolution of compact binaries:
Binary white dwarf systems as strong gravitational wave sources
Rosalie McGurk (UCSC)
Spatially Resolved Spectroscopic and X-ray Observations
to Confirm or Disprove Dual Active Galactic Nuclei
Tea Temim (NASA Goddard)
Supernovae as Drivers of Dust Evolution in Galaxies
Aaron Dotter (STScI)
Stijn Wuyts (MPE)
Resolving the assembly of massive galaxies at cosmic noon
Katherine Alatalo (IPAC - CalTech)
The Nature of Star Formation Quenching in Unlikely Sources
Dan Weisz (UCSC)
Michael Maseda (MPIA)
Emission Line Galaxies in the 3D-HST Survey